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The Motorola One Action is allegedly leaked in full

A mock-up for the 'Motorola One Action' looks quite familar somehow. (Source: 91Mobiles)
A mock-up for the 'Motorola One Action' looks quite familar somehow. (Source: 91Mobiles)
A new 91Mobiles report purports to confirm the existence of a phone called the Motorola One Action. This phone will apparently be a more affordable version of the One Vision, with a polycarbonate rather than glass backing. The 2 phones may share display specs, although the One Action may get additional RAM/storage SKUs.

A new potential phone called the Motorola One Action recently surfaced on Geekbench. Its specs (and name) suggested that there was another addition to this OEM's One series on the way. Its suffix also hinted at a more rugged nature for this phone. The media outlet 91Mobiles now claims to have exclusive access to its specs and build quality.

The resulting article does not completely support the theory that the One Action may be directed at the 'tough-phone' market. However, should this leak prove accurate, it will certainly be less fragile. The 'Action' is now purported to have a polycarbonate rear panel, whereas that of the One Vision is a more premuim-feeling 4D-effect glass.

The "One Action" will also apparently be powered by the Samsung Exynos 9609 SoC, in line with its Geekbench listing. 91Mobiles also alludes to the 4GB RAM SKU found in this benchmarking database entry, although 3GB may also be an option for this phone. Unlike the One Vision, it also has a range of storage options: 32, 64 or 128GB. 

It is also claimed that the One Action will have a 6.3-inch display. As this panel apparently has a 1080x2520 resolution, this means it also shares the One Vision's 21:9 aspect ratio. The 2 devices may also have a punch-hole selfie camera in common. However, the putative new phone has triple rear cameras rather than the 'Vision's dual shooter. As it is also purported to lack a main 48MP wide-angle sensor, however, fans of the existing Motorola phone may not mind too much.


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Deirdre O Donnell, 2019-06-12 (Update: 2019-06-12)